GristyMcFisty used our news submit to tell us that the RIAA may be barking up the wrong tree again. Read on.EFF today announced that it will defend Ross Plank...
Trying to read the coming high-speed 6x-16x DVD-RAM media in certain old Toshiba drives will apparently not be a very good idea. Not only will the drives refuse to read the media but TSST also warns that the drives will either not eject...
Dee-27 used our news submit to tell us: "The new Sony NEC Optiarc drives have made an appearance on our forums. These new drives are from the newly formed alliance between NEC and Sony. The new AD-7170A drive features...
Brutzler used our newssubmit to tell us about the first trial version of a software program called 'Alcohol'. Alcohol 120% is a CD/DVD emulation and recording software that allows users to copy a visible and invisible discs. It enables users...
Even though Sony has had numerous problems to overcome as it continues to promote its high-definition Blu-ray format, the demand and consumer interest in BD Live has increased enough to make Sony feel a bit more comfortable in the...
SnoopX has submitted some pretty interesting information to us. According to some threads over at Console Paradise, the GameCube has been cracked with the unofficial release of Animal Crossing Loader v1.1. This loader lets you stream GameCube ISOs from a PC...
TDK has announced it's 48x drive, the TDK 48x VeloCD. This new TDK model is able to write at 48x speed, rewrite at 24x and read the data back at 48x. The writing strategy used is CAV which makes...
Sony was kind enough to send us their latest Dual RW Drive: the Sony DRU-810A, which supports Double Layer and Dual Layer recording. The drive is based on BenQ DW1640A which received CDFreaks' Editors Choice Award (September 2005). In this article we will show the performance of DRU-810A by running the drive through numerous tests on a massive amount of various CD/DVD media.
While projectors seem like a low hassle way of setting up a home cinema system, consumers have been put off by the issue with requiring a dark room and replacing the...
When Thomas Edison first invented the projector over 100 years back, the setup consisted of a reel-to-reel projector and a white screen.  In the 1970's the TV projector came out consisting of...
Shipments of plasma displays increased 15% to 3 million units in the third quarter of 2007. Increasing shipments come after shipments fell 16.6% in the first quarter and 4.5% in the second quarter. After a good last quarter everyone is...
Cnet.com has reviewed the Imation RipGo, a portable MP3/WMA player / mini CD-R recorder that plays 8cm CD's. It writes at 4 speed and connects to your PC using the USB standard. Bad points are it's price and the life...
NN used our newssubmit to tell us that MediaSeek.pl is back! This service is similair to the once very populair AudioGalaxy. A while ago we reported that the site was closed, but the team behind it has reopened it....
LIGHTNING UK! used our news submit to tell us that another version of this popular decrypting program is out. The list of improvements and bug fixes in the changelog is long, so without further...
‘CD Freaks Members choice’ indicates the hottest digital storage devices on the market fourth quarter 2007The Samsung SH-S203B has been chosen as the number 1 drive in the digital storage market. This according to the visitors of CD Freaks.com,...
Smart Bitrate Control is a new way to encode DiVX files and has been developed by VCDFault. Their package is called Nandub and if you want more info, then read below What is Nandub ? Nandub is a software designed for...

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